Obituaries » ROSEMARIE BOUCHER (MANGANO)
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Rosemarie (Mangano) Boucher, 90 of Worcester passed away peacefully at home with her loved ones gathered at her side Saturday, March 24, 2018.
One of eight children of Italian immigrants Angelo and Josephine (Romano) Mangano, she was born and raised in Worcester, and attended Worcester public schools. In 1949, Rosemarie married, Albert H. Boucher and began a 46 year marriage of Love, Life and family until Albert passed away in 1995. Rosemarie continued to live in Worcester.
Rosemarie is survived by her two sons, Paul A. Boucher of Charlton and Robert J. Boucher with whom she lived; a brother, James Mangano of North Andover; two grandchildren including Melissa Murphy and her husband Jason; four great grandchildren, Amber, Taylor, Kaiya and Donovan; Many nieces, nephews, and extended family members. Two brothers, Louis A. and William F. Mangano and two sisters, Ann M. Belculfine and Eleanor T. Johnson all pre deceased here.
Rose was a longtime member of Blessed Sacrament and Our Lady of Mt Carmel Church. A member of the Mt Carmel Golden Age, The American Association of Retired Persons. A member of the Salvation Army Eva Booth club and the former circle of friends. Rosemarie loved to cook, bake entertain and have her family around her on the Holidays, special occasions and Sunday dinners.
Friends and relatives are invited to calling hours Thursday, March 29th from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm in the MERCADANTE FUNERAL HOME & CHAPEL, 370 Plantation St. Her funeral will be held Friday, March 30th from the funeral home with a procession to Our Lady of Loreto Church, where a Liturgy of the Word service will be celebrated at 11:00 am. Burial in Worcester County Memorial Park in Paxton will be private. In lieu of flowers memorial remembrances can be made to Our Lady of Mt Carmel Parish, 37 Massasoit Rd Worcester 01604.
Rosemarie’s sons would like to thank Drs. Joseph Savitt, Elana Rudavsky and their staff along with Jane, Debbie and other personal caretakers including the VNA Hospice Team for their medical care, compassion and kindness during a very difficult time.